I placed N. thai under N. benstonei. If a plant was sold as N. thai, it's written in its notes.


N212, N241, N243, N248, N249

Sex:

Origin: Bukit Bakar, Kelantan, Malaysia, 450-600 m

Notes:



BE3346

Sex: batch

Origin: Khao Aidang, Narathiwat, Thailand, 500 m

Notes: 120 individuals, sold as N. thai. Many plants (all?) sold as N. thai by BE turned out to be N. bokorensis, which is very different from N. thai. So if your plant doesn't look like N. thai or N. benstonei, it's very likely N. bokorensis.



BE3364

Sex: batch

Origin: Khao Aidang, Narathiwat, Thailand, 500 m

Notes: 6 clones, sold as N. thai. Many plants (all?) sold as N. thai by BE turned out to be N. bokorensis, which is very different from N. thai. So if your plant doesn't look like N. thai or N. benstonei, it's very likely N. bokorensis.



AWthai

Sex: batch

Origin: Khao Aidang, Narathiwat, Thailand, 500 m

Notes: sold as N. thai with the code N_thai



EPa

Sex: batch

Origin: Khao Aidang, Narathiwat, Thailand, 500 m

Notes: individuals from seed, sold as N. thai





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